Golden Skates, the skate park owned by the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, is closing its doors for good.
The Kings said the decision was made due to financial problems, but no other details were immediately available.
The owners of the Kings, who have an agreement to purchase the park, announced their plans to close the facility in late February.
The arena is slated to open for business in April, and the Kings have already announced plans to move the team to Sacramento.
The NBA has yet to make an official announcement about the closure of the park.
The Golden Skating Forum has been one of the most popular skate parks in the country.
According to the park’s Facebook page, it had over 100,000 rides and had over 7,000 different customers last year.
It closed its doors in March, but the park remained open through the end of May.